Monthly Archives: April 2019
Westlake Hospital Closure Unopposed By State Board
The owners of Westlake Hospital received approval from a state review board that allows them to move forward with plans to close the Melrose Park facility. The Illinois Health Facilities and Services Review Board voted 7-to-0 in favor of the … Continue reading →
Remember Those Who Served in Vietnam Today as We Commemorate the 44th Anniversary of the Ending of the Vietnam War
Today is the 44th anniversary of the Vietnam war ending. Thank you to all who served🇺🇸 David Joseph Latoria This photo of David and The Wall with his name behind him was presented at an annual dinner-dance in honor of … Continue reading →
GOP lawmakers in McHenry County believe graduated tax plan won’t solve state problems | Northwest Herald
I could have told you this: We need massive spending cuts. We also need to cut borrowing, cut regulation, pursue government consolidation including local government and school districts, and reform the public sector pension laws Local GOP lawmakers critical of … Continue reading →
Pritzker Plumbing Under Federal Investigation, Leaves New Tax Plans in Doubt
Since we live in the United States, all of us are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty. If Illinois has another governor go to prison, that will really increase our branding problem. Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker, his wife and … Continue reading →
Happy Birthday, Wrigley Field !!!
April 23, 1914………Weeghman Park (Wrigley Field), opens for the first time, with the Chicago Federals as the first tenants. The Federals are part of the upstart Federal League, the 3rd Major League. The Federals will remain in Weeghman Park for … Continue reading →
What is 420 Day? Why is 4/20 national weed day? What does it mean, where does it come from and is marijuana legal?
The highest of high holy days for marijuana smokers is coming — National 420 Day. Marijuana Day. Weed Day. Pot Day. Whatever you call it, people are smoking. The day has become synonymous with smoking weed over the years to the point … Continue reading →
This is How Teens Use Social Media to Advertise “Smoke Weed Day”, April 20, 2019
So this is how the teens get the word out on social media. April 20 has been declared smoke weed day. If you want to get a contact high or smoke with them here is your invite. If you are … Continue reading →
Illinois Faces 5th Year Of An Increasing Population Decline
Illinoisans received their 5th consecutive year of bad news at the end of 2018, with U.S. Census Bureau data showing the state suffered a record fifth year of worsening population decline. Cook County lost more residents between 2017 and 2018 … Continue reading →
Illinois School Administrator Salaries Highest in the US
Too often the school board announces cuts that directly affects the children, but honestly a good look would be at the high priced administrators. This is a local school board issue, not a state issue, but top heavy administration is … Continue reading →
Is Cook County State’s Attorney Looking For Special Treatment ?
Is Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx looking for the Jussie Smollet treatment? Nice of the County’s Inspector General to offer to review what happened during the case….but let’s be honest here: HE was appointed by Cook County Board President … Continue reading →